Our first step was to understand the angles that the Envista Taperdeck™️ allowed between panels. From that understanding, we developed a connection detail to hold each panel in place.
The physical model was made using 2- ply paper. A laser cutter was used to ensure accuracy of the panel dimensions and perforations.
A bench element acts as a plinth to the changing hut; anchoring it down to the site.
The perforation pattern was developed using the Grasshopper plugin for Rhino. Each panel was assigned a privacy value. At 1, the panel had no perforations. The lower the privacy level, the denser the perforation would be. Consequently, the changing room provides complete privacy, while the overhead canopy lets in light and air.